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Old 09-17-2016, 12:41 AM   #21
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It should be in the 2nd link. djs posted a lot of good info, too.
I was never able to find the loop fusible link (last pic.) on my 95. Altough the schematics show it, mine does not have it. Iirc, it is only on the pathfinders.
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I need the black box that the links plug into. Where can I get it? Thanks.
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Old 02-22-2017, 08:34 AM   #23
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This is mine out of my 95 2.4 liter. Part # should be B4341-89930
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Another angle. Sorry for double post, I can't get multiple pics on one post.
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Old 06-20-2017, 08:32 AM   #26
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I recently bought an 86 Hardbody D21 that runs but definitely needs work done.
I am eager to improve my mechanical know how but currently am super limited with my knowledge. I want to use this truck as a project to increase my skill set and to teach my five year old son some fundamentals under the hood.
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If you're going to run your own fusible links for a Nissan truck, I suggest using the type that takes the blade fuse inline. Heavy wire, two bare ends. In the middle is a connector that takes blade fuses.
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If you're going to run your own fusible links for a Nissan truck, I suggest using the type that takes the blade fuse inline. Heavy wire, two bare ends. In the middle is a connector that takes blade fuses.
What size theses should we use. And thanks this is a good idea. I can just do this instead of trying to find new ones.
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Old 06-21-2017, 12:27 AM   #29
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id use something close to the same size wire that is pulling the current.
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You shouldn't replace fusible links with fuses. Although they serve a similar purpose they are not the same. Just order all the new stuff or hit a junkyard.
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